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OTCbid - Affirm says crypto investing will soon be available to customers with savings accounts

" Affirm, an online lender that helped popularize the “buy now, pay later” business model before moving deeper into banking, just became the latest fintech company to hop on the bitcoin bandwagon.

In an investor presentation Tuesday, Affirm CEO Max Levchin said his company is working on a feature that will let consumers “buy and sell cryptocurrencies directly from their savings account.”

“It’s time for Affirm to support cryptocurrencies in a way that feels organic to us,” Levchin said, during the two-hour presentation. “We will soon leverage our savings accounts to seamlessly enable crypto ownership.” - Read Full Article

Source: CNBC


" We get asked for millions of BTC from billion-dollar companies. We can do it with multiple sellers and multiple wallets."
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-7 Gross, -5% Net, B2B, Switzerland, London

Seller Mandate Only


NEW: 50K-150K BTC @ -7% gross, -5% net, B2B, Switzerland, London - Look For Seller

(Buyer :  URI PHO-TELE)

Post: 30.9.21

  • A buyer is looking for 50K-1500K BTC @ -7% gross, -5% net

  • Buyer = 5% 

  • Sellerside = 1% 

  • Buyerside = 1% (closed)

  • 1. Tranche 500 -1000 – 5000  BTC

  • 2. Tranche 5000  BTC

  • 3. Tranche 5000  BTC



  • The parties sign this sales contract (SPA) in advance by email. In addition, each individual contract page is initially confirmed with the abbreviation so that no changes can be made later by third parties.   Copies will be exchanged via email. * In addition, the identity card is attached by all involved.

  1. The seller is able to provide formal proof of the possession / existence of the BTC  and hereby expressly declares this with the ID number .................... from his .............. ...... wallet. Since several transactions are agreed, the seller undertakes to load the .............. ...... Wallet with the corresponding number of BTCs before each transaction, to report this to buyer and to allow it to be checked. 

  2. The ID number ................... of the .............. ...... Wallet is at the same time the contract number and the purpose for all transfers. The contract must be fulfilled and executed by ................ The exact date will be agreed individually between the parties. 

  3. The seller sells the bitcoins in his name or on behalf of a consortium that collects the bitcoins and makes them available in a .............. ......wallet. As soon as the buyer has paid the down payment in the amount of the current purchase price into an account. Only then can the final processing be allowed. 

  4. All transfers are made via MT 103/202 or SEPA (bank to bank) to an account of the seller account, which is named by the seller in good time. However, no later than when the invoice is issued. If the seller has proven the BTC on his .............. ...... wallet, the buyer undertakes to give his bank the order to send an MT 199 to the seller's bank and to announce the money transfer MT 103/202 or via SEPA.

  5. In the unlikely event that this security deposit is not 100% provided, the contract cannot be fulfilled because the Bitcoin offered will then not be available on the seller's wallet. Both parties already agree today that this sales contract will then be invalid. 

  6. In return, the seller hereby grants the buyer an irrevocable right of first refusal to all available Bitcon.


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